Description About This Posting: Full Service Auto Repair Shop - Well Established
Full service auto repair shop that has been in business since 2006.
The shop has grown steadily since opening. When opened the shop had only two technicians and has grown to now have 4 employees and has very good employee retention. The employees would likely be willing to stay on after the sale of the business.
The shop has a large and loyal customer base that relies on word of mouth advertising with limited Yellow Pages advertising.
Some of the services offered are smog inspections and repairs, brakes and front end repairs, oil changes and tune ups, diagnostics, engine and transmission replacement, tire installation and rotation, heavy duty commercial vehicle service (construction and fleet vehicle service).
To get more information about this Full Service Auto Repair Shop - Well Established business for sale in
California please phone Darrin Davenport (Intermediary, Agent - BRE License #:01224602) at 866-802-0508 - if you get
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